Have you ever reacted and then thought to yourself, “Dang I owe my teen an apology!” Ya me to! If you are anything like the “old me” I used to apologize because it's what you're “supposed to do!” Even though I would always apologize, I was always puzzled why the relationship with my children still seemed fractured. In this episode I am going to share with you the two things you can do to ensure your apology repairs and heals the parent child relationship!
Emily is joined by Nelly Alba, a Life Balance & Clarity Mentor for working moms and CEO of Working Mom Balanced (WMB). Nelly's mission is to help working moms create their own balance amidst the daily chaos of parenthood. Be sure to follow us on instagram @nurturebynaps. Proactive Puffs from Mission MightyMe make it deliciously simple to feed your little one peanuts AND tree nuts - and big kids love them too! Visit missionmightyme.com to learn more and use UNSWADDLED20 for 20% off your first order. The Silver Post (perfect gift for grandparents and loved ones): https://www.hello.thesilverpost.com/ *code: NAPSFAMILY Nelly's Info: Working Mom Balanced Podcast https://workingmombalanced.com/links/
May 11, 2023 / Mom &… Podcast Episode 120 / Guest: Nicole Gonzalez-Cumberbatch Subscribe and Review wherever you listen to podcasts! Show Summary: Nicole shared a story that many parents relate to: her career was everything, and then she became a mom. Parenting changes our lives in ways we usually can't imagine beforehand. Nicole realized... The post Navigating Career & Parenthood: It Takes a (Motherhood) Village appeared first on Mom And Podcast.
"You know in your head who you are. You just have to be brave enough to listen." When Julia Brownell was little, she had a dream and a plan: to be a writer. She played sports, she loved to run, and she loved writing scripts and stories in her free time. And turns out, dreams come true. Today, Julia is a 3:16 marathoner, a mom of two, and a writer, producer, and playwright in Hollywood. She has been a writer and producer on shows including This Is Us, Parenthood, Smash, and more. (See? Living the dream!) In this conversation, Julia explains how a TV show is made, breaks down her favorite parts of that process, talks about what it was like getting her big break, and talks about what life has been like during the ongoing writer's strike. Plus, she talks about how she's gotten faster as a master and as a mom, taking more than 45 minutes off her marathon PR. Julia will race the Mountains to Beach half marathon this weekend, and she's looking to go sub-1:30. SPONSORS: Bandit Running: Use code ONTHERUN15 to get 15% off your entire Bandit order. UCAN: Click here to get a FREE Edge sample pack (you'll just pay the cost of shipping), and use code ALI23 for 20% off your next UCAN order. What you'll get on this episode: How Julia fits running into her busy life, and how she's feeling heading into her half marathon this weekend (2:05) On finding and making running friends as an adult (5:00) What Julia's life is like right now, during the writer's strike, and all about how a TV show is made (10:00) What kind of person makes a good TV writer? (21:45) Julia's favorite part of the TV-writing process, and what it's like being “the runner” in the crew (24:35) How Julia became a runner and a writer (30:35) What it's like to get your big break (39:30) On adjusting from being an east coast runner to an L.A. runner (40:25) How Julia has shaved nearly an hour off her marathon PR (41:30) What's next for Julia on the run? (46:00) On getting hired to work on “Parenthood” (52:00) What it's like going to the Emmy Awards (56:30) What Julia was working on pre-strike (1:01:45) Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
Join Kemar as he shares his experience of being a husband to a pregnant wife and the impact it had on their marriage. From the physical and emotional challenges to the overwhelming moments, Kemar gives us an honest and refreshing insight into his life as a husband and soon-to-be father. But it's not all about the struggles - Kemar shares how he found appreciation for his wife and how her transformation became the ultimate "It's Relational" moment for him. He also expresses his appreciation to the community who gave them support during this journey. So stay tuned as Kemar and DeAnne continue to share their journey as parents, providing even more inspiring and heartwarming content. #pregnancy #marriage #expectingparents
Parenthood can change a work trajectory like little else. So when and how do you decide to have kids, especially if you're going to be the person carrying that pregnancy? On today's episode, Jessi talks to several parents about their journeys, shares some thoughts about her own, and finally gets advice on what to consider from expert Daisy Dowling, author of Workparent: The complete guide to succeeding on the job, staying true to yourself, and raising happy kids. Daisy has lots to think about - including a few things that may not be top of mind right away. Follow Ashley K. Stoyanov Ojeda, Kelly Shorr, Garlia Cornelia Jones, Danielle Pickens, and Daisy Dowling on LinkedIn. These parents do so much, in and out of the parenting field. Be sure to check out Ashley's book, Garlia's podcast and theater festivals, Danielle's coaching, and Daisy's coaching and book. Follow Jessi Hempel on LinkedIn and order her debut memoir. Join the Hello Monday community to share your thoughts on balancing starting a family with career! There are three great ways to engage: You can subscribe to the Hello Monday newsletter, join us on the LinkedIn News page for Hello Monday Office Hours, Wednesdays at 3p ET, and join our new LinkedIn group for Hello Monday listeners here: https://lnkd.in/hellomondaygroup
In this episode, Julia chats with Hanna Noel, Business Alignment Leader who went from being a single mother to a successful business coach. Her journey took an unexpected turn when she stumbled upon Human Design. But it was the twist in her personal relationships that truly changed her life. Find out how understanding Human Design transformed Hanna's parenting and inspired countless others to find their own path towards authenticity and growth. In this episode, you will be able to: Uncover the benefits of employing Human Design for personal and professional development. Pinpoint your Energy Type and Authority, and understand their roles in your life. Strengthen your connections with others and improve your parenting approach using Human Design. Explore Hannah Noel's pioneering techniques in combining business coaching and Human Design. Celebrate your distinctiveness and flourish by making Human Design a part of your journey. To connect with Julia, you can go to her LinkedIn page: www.linkedin.com/in/juliamhickman or IG www.instagram.com/juliamhickman. You can visit her website at www.juliamhickman.com If you're ready to use podcasting as a business and brand growth strategy, you can schedule a free discovery call here: www.calendly.com/juliahickman/gettoknowyou To connect with Hanna, you can visit her website www.withhannanoel.com or follow her on www.instagram.com/withhannanoel.
On this episode of Special Sauce James Beard Award Winning Chicago Chef Beverly Kim tells us how how she went beyond serving food to serving her community. Kim explains how she juggles motherhood, running two restaurants, and her activism.
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We often enter parenting a bit naive and elated at the idea of becoming a parent. And then it hits us! Parenthood is a massive life change and a massive personal growth journey. Kathleen shares with us today her view on this major life change and how we can improve how we care for parents. What We Talked About: The massive shock and personal growth parenthood brings on How Finland can be described as a utopian society for families How we need to let go of the “Motherhood Mystique” The shock of parenthood is for everyone, not just mothers How her husband had to put his foot down at work to have a work-life balance Getting help, especially in the early years The negative effects the US Educational System is having on our children Her IVF journey and what she recommends to others on that journey Things to Remember: “Growth and change come with losses and pain, and that's okay.” “Allow children to be children for a longer period of time.” “The most intense years don't go on forever.” “Do not be afraid of needing support and try to get it any way you can.” “Children are born with this intense desire to learn and grow. It is within them” “It enriches our lives if we can connect with other parents and create our village.” - Kathleen Cawley Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor
Katie sits down with actress, writer, and stand-up comedian Natasha Leggero as she opens up about her first (and last lol) book, The World Deserves My Children. Natasha discusses how stress and anxiety has impacted her throughout her journey of motherhood. She also envisions what she sees in her child's future as she grows up. The comedian even goes into how she escaped the common mommy-rut of feeling like you are living the same “beige” mother life. Plus, why is hiring a bad nanny a bad idea? And wait, Katie used to be hired as a nanny… does that mean she was an ugly one? Tune in for all the details and laughs! Executive Producers: Sandie Bailey, Alex Alcheh, Lauren Hohman, Tyler Klang & Gabrielle CollinsProducer & Editor: Casby BiasAssociate Producer: Akiya McKnight See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stacy Millard joins the Super Expander to share her passion for helping small business owners increase their profits and impact. As entrepreneurs, we want to build a profitable business. Staci shares her top tips for building, scaling, and managing your energy, all while being a present mom. She also dives into the power of human design and how to use it to elevate your business. What you'll hear in this episode: [00:01:36] Soul Level - Staci talks about how on a soul level, she is put on this earth to help people and change their lives. [00:03:27] Running Two Businesses - Staci talks about how building and selling a business changed her fundamentally and how she believes that businesses grow up with their owners. [00:08:00] When to Scale- Staci talks about how to know when it's time to scale a business and the importance of having a solid foundation before adding more weight to it. [00:10:03] Financial and Team Indicators -Staci discusses the two primary signs indicating whether a business owner needs to go back and shoring up before scaling: financial and team indicators. [00:13:22] Hiring Someone to See Your Blind Spots- Staci emphasizes the importance of hiring someone who can help see your blind spots and provide solutions to offset risks when scaling a business. [00:15:27] Building and Scaling Businesses-Staci talks about the personal judgment of running a business and the importance of being objective. She also shares her experience of growing up with her businesses and how she manages to scale two businesses simultaneously. [00:18:10] Affirmations -Staci talks about her other business, Love Powered Co, which offers affirmation cards and mindfulness products for women, children, and families. She shares her mission to bring families and children ease, mindfulness, and emotional resilience. [00:21:18] Creating Emotional Resilience in Children -Staci shares a personal story about her daughter's struggles with ADHD and how it led her to create Love Powered Co. She talks about the importance of emotional resilience in children and how her company helps children understand themselves and have a core belief of who they are. Building a business is not about the owner. [00:25:14] Believing in oneself - Staci shares how a manager from when she was 16 years old had a ton of belief in her and how that planted the nugget of "you can do anything that you put your mind to." [00:27:47] Don't be scared to take up space - Staci encourages listeners not to be afraid to stand out and take steps to better their lives. However, that looks. * Related episodes: Finding Perspective and Prioritizing Self-Love with Christiana Cioffi The Empowering Nature of Self-Discovery with Vanessa Cornell Becoming Unstuck with Britt Frank: Moving Forward with Micro-steps Follow Staci on IG Download a Free one-page business plan www.stacimillard.com *Connect with Corene on IG @corene.phelps *join ResilienceRx starting May 23 *Rather work one on, one Book a consultation call *Save 15% off at Higherdose COREY15 at checkout click here
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley are joined by the hosts of our sister shows: Adam Griffin, Chelsea Griffin, Cassie Bryant of Family Discipleship, Elizabeth Woodson of Starting Place with Elizabeth Woodson, Rebecca McLaughlin of Confronting Christianity, and engineer Brad.Questions Covered in This Episode:What the most fun part of making a podcast? Whats the least fun part of making a podcast?Engineer Brad: Who is the best podcast to work with? Who needs to be edited the most? Who has the most bloopers?What is your favorite episode this season?Have you ever had any strange experiences with people recognizing you from the podcast?If you had a podcast about anything else, what would it be?What is one thing you have learned from being a part of this podcast network?Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Starting Place w/ Elizabeth Woodson: The Psalms, Prayer, & Calling on God with John OnwuchekwaConfronting Christianity: Bonus Episode with Easter with Esau McCaulleyKnowing Faith: #177 – Brothers & Sisters: More Than A MetaphorKnowing Faith: #178 – Salvation: Union With ChristThe Family Discipleship Podcast: Freedom and Rest in Parenthood with Caroline CobbThe Family Discipleship Podcast: In the Eswine Home with Zach EswineThe Family Discipleship Podcast: School ChoicesThe Family Discipleship Podcast: Sissy GoffThe RewatchablesKnowing Faith: #44 – The Lord's SupperThe Good Podcast CompanyAffiliate links are used where appropriate. We earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Training the Church.Sponsors:Are you ready to take your next step in theological training? Consider Midwestern Seminary and how our For the Church vision can equip you through formal theological education or one of our many free training resources we offer. Learn more about how to get started at www.mbts.edu/knowingfaithFollow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteOur Sister Podcasts:The Family Discipleship Podcast | Confronting Christianity | Starting PlaceSupport Training the Church and Become a Patron:patreon.com/trainingthechurch
Relationships take work, especially when you have kids, work and life to balance! Venice and Vernon have a unique perspective to share as they are both professional therapists and parents with a passion for keeping their marriage strong while helping others in their relationships as well. Listen to today's show for their personal story and amazing, actionable tips to help you navigate your relationship better. In this episode with Vernon and Venice Moore we discuss relationship advice topics that include: How to balance a busy schedule with kids and your relationship Actionable tips to help prioritize your relationship when you're busy Balancing work life and your relationship Creating healthy boundaries in your relationship How to think about your identity as a partner, parent and individual And much more! Sponsors Hatch Rest makes sleep better and more magical for your entire family. The all-in-one Hatch Rest is a smart sleep device with a sound machine and night light that grows with your kids. Get up to 15% off your purchase of a Hatch Rest and free shipping at hatch.co/ido. Spark My Relationship Course: Get $100 off our online course. Visit SparkMyRelationship.com/Unlock for our special offer just for our I Do Podcast listeners! If you love this episode (and our podcast!), would you mind giving us a review in iTunes? It would mean the world to us and we promise it only takes a minute. Many thanks in advance! – Chase & Sarah Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This was such a special episode for me to interview Joe Newman, author of Raising Lions. Joe tells us his story of growing up with ADHD and how he came to write his book. We discuss the importance of understanding connection and power. Joe discusses why boundaries are so important and how our past childhood experiences affect how we parent. We go over so much more in this jam-packed episode. This is not one you want to miss. I know there is so much you will take away from this episode. What we go over with Joe Newman on Raising Lions:Joe's story about how he wrote his book Raising Lions and the work he does.Why it is so important to understand connection and power with your child.Why eggshell parenting isn't helping with behavior - when the parent backs away from challenges and does anything not to have a tantrum.The reason why strong-willed children need stronger boundaries.Why you need to take parts of old school and new school parenting to actually make it work.How giving too many choices is not helpful.Why doing less is more helpful.How Joe reframed timeouts to breaks.Breaks - what they really are and how and when to use them.Why no doesn't mean no when you don't set boundaries.How to get kids to take breaks when they aren't listening.It takes time to undo children's behaviors. It can sometimes take multiple experiences.It's always us, as parents, it's so critical to understand the dynamic of how you are dealing with your child.We are still at the beginning of understanding children. This requires stepping out of old paradigms and looking for what works for you and your child.Ask yourself, is what you are currently doing working? And if not, what can you do to shift the lens on what you are doing?Why ADHD children usually have sleep struggles.Kids need different things, some need approval, and others need power.Your child is not always seeking attention from you.Look at your behavior and past experiences as a parent. This affects your child.Children don't learn cognitively first. They learn from experiences.Learn more about Joe Newman - Raising Lions https://www.raisinglions.com/Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/@raising_lionsBio - Joe Newman likes kids with attitude because he was one. In 1970 he was diagnosed with ADHD & medicated. His book, Raising Lions, is the culmination of a 30-year journey working with the most difficult kids and a desire to bring a new, more effective perspective to our educational institutions and families. He teaches parents and teachers simple, practical methods to understand and motivate all our children. In 2018 UCSB conducted a year-long study on how his method improved student behavior, motivation, and engagement in Pre-K through 6th-grade classrooms. He's been a guest on Radio Andy (Andy Cohen), goop podcast, The Tools with Barry Michels, and many other podcasts. He's spoken to audiences across the U.S., in Canada, Europe, Hong Kong, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia. In 2020, Raising Lions reached number one in its category on Amazon. I hope you found this episode helpful; for more parenting tips, check out my website and blog for more information. https://theparentingreframe.com/Make sure to sign up for my weekly newsletter and get other free resources. https://theparentingreframe.com/free-resources/Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theparentingreframe/If you would like a personalized approach to help reframe how you parent, check out my coaching options https://theparentingreframe.com/parent-coaching-packages/
On this week's episode of Parent Tell, Kaila talks with Kelly, a mom who has had 3 children and 3 Cesareans. Kelly shares her raw and honest thoughts on what it was like to have multiple C-Sections, from the anxiety she felt the night before, to what recovery is like when a toddler wants to bounce on your incision site, and what she has come to think about her scar and postpartum body. The moms also discuss various vital parenting truths, like how sometimes it's just necessary to put your kid in the football hold in order to leave the park, and that high-waisted pants are LIFE. Follow Parent Tell on InstagramSupport Parent Tell on PatreonSend Kaila an email with your parenting story at email@example.com
HIListically Speaking with Hilary Russo
When I decided to share my story about not having children on Episode 121, I never imagined the amount of feedback I would receive from listeners wanting to share their voices. It was my hope that being vulnerable and creating a safe space would lead to a few shares. Instead, there were many. And this episode belongs to listeners sharing the “why” of being childless or childfree. From fear to freedom, mental health to miscarriages, infertitlity to indecision, and even grief to gratitude…it's all here. And no matter what the why of each person may be, the real lesson lies in community, compassion and a true sense of self. Thank you to all who pressed “record”. And to those just tuning in, your support and love doesn't go unnoticed. Together, we're better…no matter what road you take. For we never walk alone. Want to share your thoughts about this episode to be played on the show? Go to https://www.speakpipe.com/HilisticallySpeaking and amplify. If this episode touched, moved and inspired you in any way. Or you know someone that would find it helpful, please pay it forward and share. Your thoughtful responses and ratings are always appreciated. If you listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, consider leaving review. And be sure to subscribe wherever you tune in. HIListically Speaking is on all platforms. While this topic may be a sensitive one for some, please know support is available. I'm offering complimentary Havening sessions to provide you with neuroscience based tools to self-regulate and be kind to your mind. Book here: https://hilaryrusso.as.me/hugitout Connect with Hilary @hilaryrusso Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hilaryrusso Twitter: https://twitter.com/HilaryRusso Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hilisticallyspeaking TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@hilisticallyspeaking Website: https://www.hilaryrusso.com/podcast HIListically Speaking with Hilary Russo Created/Hosted by Hilary Russo Music by Lipbone Redding https://lipbone.com/
In this episode, I talk to group practice owner, Eva Haldis, all about balancing parenthood as an entrepreneur. Eva's Resources for Dietitians https://evahaldisnutrition.com/resources/for-dietitians/ Let's connect! www.katiedodd.com
In this episode, Jess sits down with Chaneé Jackson Kendall, a black queer polyamorous woman, activist, educator and content creator. The two talk about the differences of poly theory vs. poly reality as people who experience polycule life everyday. With 15 years of polyamorous living experience, Chaneé has also brought up her son in a household with multiple mothers and father present. This has only elevated the lifestyle that their family is able to live in many ways, highlighting a shared workload, endless love, and financial freedom. They dig deeper into racial assumptions about polyamory and the importance of culturally competent poly education. In this episode of Open Late: • Polyamory Theory vs. Real Polyamorous Living • What's a "Mom-glomerate" • The Benefits of Community Parenting • 4 Pillars of Intentional Polyamory • Healthy Time Away from Your Child Connect with Michelle: • Instagram: @chaneespeaks • Instagram: @blackpolypride Connect with Jessica: • Instagram: @journey.with.jessica | @openlatethepodcast • Website: openlatepodcast.com • Youtube: Open Late Podcast • What's my relationship style? Take the Open Late Quiz • Join our free chat community, "Open Talks" on WhatsApp • Open Late Dictionary • Asking for a friend (AFAF) Question Form Evita's Episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/open-late/id1587979583?i=1000564831532 Evita's Book: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-polyamory-devotional-evita-lavitaloca-sawyers/1142751200;jsessionid=13E24DE2E77C17FD77A06C03A10696A0.prodny_store02-atgap12?ean=9781990869235&st=AFF&2sid=Linktree%20Pty%20Ltd_100589976_NA&sourceId=AFFLinktree%20Pty%20Ltd Polyamory and Parenthood by The Daylovers https://remodeledlove.samcart.com/products/polyamory-parenthood-book Quotes from the episode: 2:47 People have a conversation about polyamory in the clouds, and I like to have conversations about polyamory on the ground. – Chaneé Jackson Kendall 4:27 When we got married, we had our partners by our side at our wedding ceremony. – Chaneé Jackson Kendall 9:28 I fell madly in love with a woman three months before my husband and I got married. Chaneé Jackson Kendall 14:50 Our life is not public, but We Are Who We Are everywhere we go. – Chaneé Jackson Kendall 17:46 When our son was three months old me, and my partner fell in love with another woman. – Chaneé Jackson Kendall 18:50 The reality is that the way our current society is set up like even with lots and lots of money, two-parent households are largely unhappy. – Chaneé Jackson Kendall 34:28 I wanted to let other people, who naturally love the way that I love, know that it's not just something that upper-middle-class white people do. – Chaneé Jackson Kendall 39.09 Whenever you are taking in content, make sure that you never take advice from someone who's not where you want to be. – Chaneé Jackson Kendall 47:21 It is part of our relational culture that we should all have the freedom to date if we desire. – Chaneé Jackson Kendall 48:15 People are always so worried about the kids in polyamory; meanwhile, this is the most over-loved child ever. - Jessica Esfandiary 55:37 When you have something good, you can always be open to better. – Chaneé Jackson Kendall • Take advantage of a 30% discount on Dr. Zhana's eligible courses with code "JESSICA", applied to the first payment only for offers with multiple payments or subscriptions. • Open Smarter Course The product I love who support this show: • Honey Pot Lube and Massage Oil OPENLATE20 This is a Sabbatical Jess Production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Nikki is back from taping in Nashville and back on the mic with Brie, and they welcome a very special guest, Jenkins! Nikki loved taping season 2 of Barmageddon in Tennessee and ready to catch up with Brie. So, while Nikki out of town Brie threw a birthday party for Birdie, who celebrated her sixth birthday and the genius decision Brie made to make it a special day for her. The conversation covers toddlers with bad attitudes, obsessing over baby Monaco, Jeannie's family history, marriage, expanding the family, being rejected by your kids, the Terrible Two's, DWTS experiences, and what Jeannie is doing to celebrate AAPI Heritage Month. Jeannie also shares some wisdom with Nikki & Brie when it comes to protecting your peace, traveling with toddlers, connecting with Asian cuisine, hosting a cooking show, and much more! The episode closes with a very empowering Inspiration & Affirmation from Jeannie. Check her out on America's Test Kitchen: The Next Generation on FreeVee from Amazon. Follow Jeannie on Instagram and subscribe to her YouTube channel!Call Nikki & Brie at 833-GARCIA2 and leave a voicemail!Follow Nikki & Brie on Instagram.To watch exclusive videos of this week's episode, follow The Nikki & Brie Show on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok!
Join us for the latest Chit Chat series episode on the Nutrition Blueprint Podcast, where dietitians Andres, Tony, and Dezi discuss the challenges of parenthood, the growing market of functional beverages, and the potential of AI in nutrition. In this insightful conversation, they dive into the world of Oli Pop, Poppy, and other health-centric beverages, exploring their benefits and drawbacks as alternatives to regular soda. The trio also shares their thoughts on fostering a healthy relationship with desserts in the household and the role of AI in nutrition coaching. Don't miss this engaging episode that covers a wide range of topics, from parenting to technology in the health and nutrition industry. Tune in now to be part of the conversation! The Cliff Notes [0:00] Introduction and personal updates, including the joys and challenges of new parenthood and the importance of self-care. [10:55] The rise of expensive functional beverages and the popularity of mocktails. [16:22] A closer look at Olipop and Poppi, their health claims, and whether they're a good alternative to regular soda. [22:02] Defining "functional beverage" and discussing the marketing tactics used by companies like Olipop. [27:29] The functional beverage market: potential benefits, drawbacks, and marketing strategies. [32:27] How to incorporate desserts in the household without creating sugar addiction or using them as a reward. [37:30] Food, parenting, and the potential role of AI in nutrition, including the concept of Chat GPT. [43:03] The future of AI in health and nutrition: benefits, challenges, and the importance of human connection. [53:21] The potential of AI in nutrition, and the return of the Chichachat series. CONNECT WITH TONY On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coach_tonycastillo/ On TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@tonycastillonutrition Website: https://nutritionfp.com/ CONNECT WITH DEZI On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deziabeyta/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@highperformancementor Website: https://thedeziabeyta.com/ Podcast: https://thedeziabeyta.com/podcast TO CONNECT WITH ME On Instagram: www.instagram.com/andresayesta On TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/tLLoyS/ On Youtube www.youtube.com/c/andresayesta Podcast IG page: www.instagram.com/planos_nutrition On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planosnutrition Our Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1934943366627043/?ref=bookmarks FREE RESOURCES To download my Macro Counting Guide tap here To download my Macro friendly meal planning guide tap here TO JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY Planos Nutrition Club - tap here FOR NUTRITION COACHING Apply here at https://planosnutrition.com/application
Welcome to Episode 80 of the Monday Night MasterDebaters where I am joined by Ryan from Dangerous World Podcast, Rosie from Upstate Unconventional, Emily aka MissEmbily from IG, and Janet from Deplorable Nation. By popular demand its Ladies Night and we talk about the 1990's Bud Light Commercials predicting the future, trans-abled, South Park, False Memory Syndrome Foundation, Inversion (Disney, Star Wars, etc), Trauma, Going After Children, Nuclear Family Destruction, They Live, Participation Trophy Mentality, Debt Slavery, Parenthood, NEEM contraceptive and much more! Please leave a review & share the show! Go support the great guests at: Rosie from Upstate Unconventional Podcast IG @upstateunconventional @rosie.quartz_ https://instagram.com/rosie.quartz_?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= https://altmediaunited.com/upstate-unconventional/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Emily IG @missembily https://www.instagram.com/missembily/ Pack Attack Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-pack-attack-podcast/id1663550053 Janet from Deplorable Nation Twitter @KnowJanet IG: @deplorablejanet AltMediaUnited.com ActualActivism.com Ryan from Dangerous World Podcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DangerousWorldPodcast/posts IG: @dangerousworldpod linktr.ee/dangerousworldpodcast Mat from The Great Deception Podcast Linktree: https://linktr.ee/thegreatdeceptionpodcast IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegreatdeceptionpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/thegreatdeceptionpodcast_v2/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/Barons44 To Make Contributions: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thegreatdeceptionpodcast Merch: https://my-store-cb4b4e.creator-spring.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-great-deception-podcast/support
Unconditionally Worthy Podcast
My daughter, Amani Joy, is turning one year old in just a few days! To celebrate this milestone, I wanted to reflect on my experience as a new mother and what I've been learning over the past 12 months. In this solo episode of The Unconditionally Worthy Podcast, I share with you the most impactful lessons I've learned during my first year of motherhood.IN THIS EPISODE, I SHARE…The 4 biggest lessons I've learned in my first year of motherhood.My experience as a parent of a child with sickle cell.What I'm working on to be a better mom.and more!If you enjoyed this solo episode, share it with a loved one, then…Leave a Rating & Review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to show your love to The Unconditionally Worthy Podcast!Stream & Download The Unconditionally Worthy Podcast NOW for FREE on Apple Podcast, Google, Stitcher, Pandora, and Spotify!To connect further with me:Visit my website: https://www.dradiagooden.com Connect with me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dradiagooden Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dradiagooden Connect with me on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adia-gooden-4b26751b Watch the full interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/AI9qxu85L9w Read the show notes and transcript here: https://dradiagooden.com/episodearchive/81This episode was produced by Crys & Tiana.Learn more at https://www.crysandtiana.com.
The Latinx In Social Work Podcast
Join me in this enlightening episode where we delve into the life and career of Aurora Cruz, a devoted social worker with a special focus on children and families. Aurora shares candidly about her journey into social work, fuelled by her innate love for children, and how it has shaped her into a better parent. She opens up about the importance of empathy, patience, and grace in parenting, and how viewing things from a child's perspective can guide us in better understanding and addressing our shortcomings. Aurora also sheds light on managing frustration, the often-unsung struggle of social workers, and the importance of keeping work stress separate from family life. Hear her insights on the significance of apologizing to children, and her unique 'circle of trust' concept. Above all, learn how her Latina roots intertwine with her parenting approach, promoting a culture of unconditional love.More about Aurora:I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been working with children and families for 20 plus years. In my undergraduate degree I was trained in Early Childhood Education, at City College. In my graduate program, my area of expertise was Clinical practice with Children and Families. I have worked inside the classroom as a teacher, in an office as a family therapist, and my most important role where I have received the best training has been as a Mom. As a Parenting Coach, my focus is not on perfection, but on how to engage in the art of imperfection, AND BOUNCE BACK... Making mistakes and moving forward, in a way that feels positive, healthy and motivational for you and your family. ----Follow Latinx in Social Work on the web:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erica-priscilla-sandoval-lcsw-483928ba/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinxinsocialwork/Website: https://www.latinxinsocialwork.com/Get the best selling book Latinx in Social Work Volume 2: Stories that heal, inspire, and connect communities on Amazon today:https://a.co/d/i6pkuYy
We always talk about enacting change on this podcast and that's exactly what today's guest did when she felt her journey was at a halt. In honor of National Teacher's Appreciation Week, meet Tara Stark, a teacher, who shares her experience after being diagnosed with diminished ovarian reserve, faced multiple failed rounds of IVF, and a pregnancy loss. Tara was frustrated and knew she needed a change. She also needed financial support to afford these treatments. So that's exactly what Tara did. She sought out a school district with the kind of benefits she saw necessary for an employer to provide, access to a family building benefit. In this episode, hear why Tara joined Tennessee Fertility Advocates, where she found support, and how she advocated for herself for herself and for family building benefits. This is Progyny's first video podcast. This episode is available for listening and watching. Find this episode, future video podcasts, and education content on Progyny's YouTube. Guest: Tara Stark, Teacher at Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, and Progyny Member Host: Dan Bulger, Progyny For more information, visit Progyny's Podcast page and Progyny's Education page for more resources. Be sure to follow us on Instagram, @ThisisInfertilityPodcast and use the #ThisisInfertility. Have a question, comment, or want to share your story? Email us at email@example.com.
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Parenthood can leave us speechless. But Jessica Urlichs always seems to find a way to put into words the anxiety, exhaustion and unvarnished joy that comes with raising children. She's a poet and children's book author.
The importance and benefits of pre-teaching ourselves and our children is discussed with parenting expert Paije Baumert, a mentor from Teaching Self-Government. Paije gives a brief overview of 4 basic skills every child and adult need to understand and shares the skill she utilizes most in her daily life as a mother of an 18-month old (giving no-answers). This episode is part of the Connections within Motherhood series, airing May 2023. Call to Action: "Choose this week not to take your toddler's behaviors personally! And do a self pre-teach every day before you interact with any of your children. There, I guess I gave you two, but they go hand in hand." - Paije Baumert Resources: Learn more about Teaching Self Government: https://teachingselfgovernment.com/ Listen to Paije & Nicholeen on the TSG podcast: https://teachingselfgovernment.com/podcasts/ Connect with Hey, Sister! Podcast: https://heysisterpodcast.org/ Show Timeline: 0:00 Guest and topic introduction 3:15 How teaching self-government (TSG) has helped Paije in her relationships 6:00 The four basic skills: following instructions, accepting no for an answer (and criticism), accepting consequences and disagreeing appropriately 8:30 No-answers are a crucial skill for toddlers, teaching breathing to calm down before receiving a no-answer, getting out of emotional back brain into logical front brain 12:15 Using cue phrases to calm a child, “we don't talk like that”, pre-teaching, emotional manipulation not a healthy response, 20:00 Pre-teaching explanation: telling someone what needs to happen before it happens, examples of skills to pre-teach 27:00 Skill permanence in toddlers, similar to object permanence in babies 31:30 Pre-teaching brings anxiety levels way down, role-playing is form of pre-teaching, TSG courses and mentoring calls 36:45 Call to action, concluding thoughts, outtakes
How do we get rejuvenated, refreshed, recharged, when we can hardly find time to go to the bathroom? Whether you call it quiet time, me time, or survival mode … if you're a mom, you probably know something about mommy burnout and the need to fix it! Today on A Home That Heals, we'll talk about this very real experience many moms have and how we can fix it. Remember, you were made for this so creating A Home That Heals isn't mission impossible. With God there's gotta be a way!Join A Home That Heals Community: www.ahomethatheals.comwww.youtube.com/ahomethatheals5659 www.rumble.com/ahomethatheals www.facebook.com/ahomethatheals wwww.instagram.com/ahomethatheals Bible Verse References: Matthew 11:28 2 Corinthians 12:9Isaiah 40: 29-31Psalm 139:14Ephesians 2:10A Home That Heals podcast is brought to you by our generous sponsors KTSY and Barefoot Media
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Cara and Kiera chat with Funmi Ige and Avery Sernett - two new parents - to talk about the balance of motherhood and work (how do they manage to crush it at both?!) Plenty of ups, downs, stories, and resources!
While pregnancy and childbirth can be a joyous time full of excitement and exhiliration, that's not the case for every parent. Post-partum depression isn't just "baby blues", and it can turn very serious very quickly. The MassPPD Fund's mission is to provide resources and support for parents finding themselves in this scary place, and they're holding their annual "Flourishing" event May 13th. Former Boston morning show host Loren Raye is emceeing the event, and she joins Nichole with all the details. PLUS: Roxbury Community College is about to celebrate a major milestone birthday - 50 years serving the neighborhood, and the city of Boston at large, by promoting educational opportunities, diversity and equity. Jennie McDonald-Brown, the school's Executive Director of Development, has all the details about their three-day-long "Homecoming" celebration for alumni, and everyone from the neighborhood's invited to come celebrate!
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The Chapel Springs Church Podcast
Katie Lowes is back with an all new season of her podcast, Katie's Crib! Yeah, baby! Join us on Katie's crib for Season 6! New episodes drop every Thursday, starting May 11th on the iHeartRadio app, apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Executive Producers: Sandie Bailey, Alex Alcheh, Lauren Hohman, Tyler Klang & Gabrielle Collins Producer & Editor: Casby Bias Associate Producer: Akiya McKnightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Parenting is one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences in life. In this episode, in honor of Mother's Day in the US and Canada, Christina Fletcher talks about 5 ways how parenting taught her to be more spiritually aware and ditch the shoulds imposed by others. She shares how she learned to witness her children's transformations, listen to the energy of the room, and connect deeply with others. She also emphasizes the importance of imagination and play for adults and children alike. If you're looking for some spiritual parenting tips or want to hear some inspiring stories from a spiritually aware mom, this episode is for you.You will hear:How to trusting the Ages and Stages of LifeDitchthe Shoulds and Leaning into Inner Guidance9:49The Power of Imagination and Play in Manifestation14:05Exploring the Impact of Roles on Connection18:12Moving past roles in relationshipsNavigating the Energy of the Room 24:14In this episode Christina shares some helpful resources including:Her course CO-PARENTING WITH THE UNIVERSE, which is a self led program taking you through the 3 phases of Spiritually Aware Parenting.The Guide to Set your self free from the Guilt imposed by others! It's a free PDF and video lesson to start shifting from the outer opinions to the inner callings!and the virtual Mother's Day event, taking place May 14th 2023, A Mom's Day of Virtual Pampering!Christina Fletcher is a Spiritual Alignment coach, energy worker, author, speaker and host of the podcast Showing Up Whole.She specialises in practical spirituality and integrating inner work with outer living.Through mindset, spiritual connection, intuitive guidance, manifestation, and mindfulness techniques Christina helps her clients overcome overwhelm and shame to find a place of flow, ease, and deep heart-centered connection.Christina has been a spiritual life and parent coach for 7 years and trained in Therapeutic Touch 8 years ago. She has also studied Homeopathy, Quantum Healing, NLP as well as majored in Religious Studies at the University of Manitoba in Canada.For more information please visit her website www.spirituallyawareliving.comOr Follow her on her social media accounts:FacebookInstagramorLinkedin
The Irish Mummy Podcast | Work Life Balance
On today's episode we have a very special guest, Elliot Chudleigh from the Online Parent PT on Instagram, and our topic is simple health habits and helping parents to have more energy and feel good. Often in the fitness world there's a disconnect between being a fulltime parent and “the fitness junkie” that makes being into fitness seem difficult or somewhat impossible, but Elliot has come up with an approach to make it seem much more accessible and doable. “The outcome goal would be, ‘I'm going to lose 10 pounds' for example, whereas the identity based goal is ‘I'm gonna be the type of person who works out every day.'” How this whole thing came about 1:40Identifying differently 7:55The habits that define one as a healthy, nutritious, energy-filled parent 11:50How to get people started 19:30The gym is often not accessible 27:30Look to control the controllable 30:45Find more about Elliot 36:35“If I want to be the person who works out, then I need to do little things every day to put myself as that person. So it might just be that I just do a 10 minute workout every day and it's just those little things that then identify yourself as a person when you're having a conversation with someone, ‘Yeah I work out 5 days a week' you become that type of person, therefore that starts changing your identity.” 9:firstname.lastname@example.org/challengehttps://www.facebook.com/theirishmummy/https://www.instagram.com/the_irish_mummy/Pick up a copy of Journal to Joy. My NEW 90 Day Goals, Gratitude & Affirmation Journal to Create a Happy & Abundant Life.https://www.theirishmummy.com/Subscribe to Letters to My Sisters Newsletter. You will hear EVERYTHING here first.https://www.theirishmummy.com/
#330: Do you feel like your brain has changed since you had your baby or started having kids? It has! Chelsea Conaboy is a journalist and author of the book Mother Brain: How Neuroscience is Rewriting the Story of Parenthood. In this interview Chelsea explains what scientists know about how our brain changes when we have children, and how to handle feelings of anxiety and fear when you are starting solid foods with your baby. Get Chelea Conaboy's book MOTHER BRAIN here: https://motherbrainbook.com/
We all want to raise happy, thriving children. Knowing that there is a fun and creative way to do so, while fostering good mental health is a no-brainer. Alex and Jesse Russo, are two moms who are sharing the benefits of journaling for mental wellness at any age and how families can connect through hands on artistic learning. Take out your glue, glitter and coloring pencils while listening to this episode! Important Links: Momergy Essentials - Home | Momergy Essentials Iva Perez - The Momergy Movement Desiree Bonau - Oily Essentials Follow us on: Facebook Facebook Page Momergy Essentials Facebook Group: Momergy Essentials | The Work-Life Harmony Movement Instagram @Momergy Essentials Instagram @MomergyMovement Instagram @desiree_oilyessentials Instagram RESOURCES Hey, Mama, do you love being the gatekeeper of your family's health at home? Do you love helping others? Do you love surrounding yourself with like minded moms? Do you want to start creating that residual income? If you've just answered yes to any of these questions, then you might just be ready to join us on this journey. Both Iva and I will teach you on how you can get monthly pay checks by literally elevating your family's health and helping others do the same. Partnering with Young Living has brought us abundance in so many ways. Just visit momergyessentials.com/workwithus to let us know you're interested, and we'll be in touch with you to get started. FEATURED GUEST Alex and Jesse Russo A" (Alex) and “J”(Jesse) are the founders of A & J Books LLC launched in 2021 with the goal of sharing the benefits of journaling for mental wellness at any age & as a way to connect with kids through hands on artistic learning. It is a women-owned small business run by two sisters and moms of boys. Alex is a stay-at-home mom to a five-year-old boy, and has spent the last few years teaching her son through creative play, art, and cooking from scratch. She lives in Oregon and oversees designs. Jesse is a mom to a 10-year-old boy. She was in the restaurant industry for 20+ years and the pandemic pushed her to pursue a career change. She lives in California overseeing operations & marketing. They design scissor activity books, journals, & planners for families to have a creative outlet at home or on the go. Website https://aandjbooks.shop/ IG @a_and_jbooks FB https://www.facebook.com/AandJBookshop/ FREEBIE Explore Free Kid Pdf Pages On Website Link : https://aandjbooks.shop/
Have you ever felt as if your worth was determined by how many ounces you produced or by how you fed your babies? Did it feel like you were just a milk making machine and that every single feeding or pumping session determined your worth for that moment? As someone who supports families in the perinatal period, do you want to better support your clients' whole health? On this episode IBCLC Lo Nigrosh discussesmilk making is not the primary focus of the perinatal periodWorth is not determined by how much breastmilk or human milk you makeHow professionals can help someone who may be suffering from anxiety Fixation on milk supplyListen to Maggie's struggle with Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders on Episode 105.Connect with Maggie and bring support to your work community at: https://www.mindfulmamas.org/Need support from The Motherhood Center? Find that here.Make your voice heard on The Milk Making Community Group on Facebook!Head to Apple Podcasts or Spotify for more Milk Making Minutes episodes!Listen to Episodes of The Milk Making Minutes on Amazon Music too!To book a lactation consultation with me, visit my website: www.quabbinbirthservices.com. In many cases I can bill your insurance, or create a superbill for you to submit for reimbursement. I offer virtual consults for clients outside of my service area! Follow me on IG @lonigrosh to laugh about baby feeding (so you don't cry) and to see photos of guests. Follow me on TikTok to answer questions of the day and ponder systemic inequities together: @lonigroshibclc
Mike is an internationally sought-after presenter in human performance, with expertise in strength and conditioning from his years of competing at an elite level in powerlifting and kettlebell sport. He focuses on creating programs for athletes and fitness professionals integrating body, mind, and spirit for long-term high performance. He has served as a Division 1 strength and conditioning coach and is the former world champion in kettle sport lifting. Lauren, a nutritionist and CHEK practitioner, grew up in an organic household and takes a holistic approach to coaching, integrating mind, body, and soul. The couple recently welcomed their first child, Luca, with the help of Dr. Riley.Mike, Nathan, and Lauren discuss their experiences of parenthood in a special podcast episode. Lauren, who is in her third trimester, shares how becoming a parent has transformed her from being a holistic health coach and chef, while Mike, who was primarily focused on athletics performance and coaching, and men's work, feels that parenthood has expanded and humbled him beyond words.Visit the show notes for more: https://www.BelovedHolistics.com/podcast/121Learn More & Connect with Mike and Lauren Salemi:Website: https://www.mikesalemi.ioPodcast: https://www.mikesalemi.io/thepathpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mike.salemi/?hl=en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxZBRyRqSBo7SYUom3y3tuwLauren Salemi (Nutritionist, CHEK Practitioner)Website: http://www.vitaltheorycoaching.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vitaltheory/ Sponsorship made possible by:FullWell - code BELOVED10 for 10% off the best prenatal vitamins and men's virility vitamins on the planet!BIRTHFIT - code BELOVED to get one month FREE in their B! Community!BiOptimizers - code BELOVED for 10% off the only sleep aid you'll ever need!Organifi - code BELOVED for 20% off their Glow blend!Rosemary Meran, CIHt - Soul Connections offers one-on-one sessions (virtually or in-person) that support deep transformation and bonding between mothers and their unborn babies.Connect with me:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nathanrileyobgyn/TikTok:
Nikki & Brie are huge fans of Firefly Lane on Netflix, so they're very excited to welcome today's guests, the stars of the show, Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke. First, Artem joins Brie for a special Opening Up while Nikki is away filling season 2 of Barmageddon. The conversation covers coffee, what happened with the San Francisco Live Show files, what his experience at the taping was like, what makes a good dancer on DWTS, and Artem's admiration for the late Len Goodman. Then Brie pivoted to Mother's Day gift ideas for Nikki that don't involve diamonds, making memories singing with Matteo, and Artem explained how and Nikki communicate in their special way and where he and Bryan fit in Nikki & Brie's relationship. Then Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke join Nikki & Brie to talk about the final season of Firefly Lane, lifelong bonds, great memories made with the cast & crew on game nights, the unexpected vocal exercise that was a favorite on the set, problems with speech to text, and what's in the futures for two main characters that Nikki, Brie, and their families have connected with. To close out the episode, Katherine and Sarah share their Inspiration & Affirmations, with an extra bonus Inspiration & Affirmation from Sarah, who just couldn't stop at one! The final season of Firefly Lane is streaming now on Netflix. Follow Katherine on InstagramFollow Sarah on InstagramFollow Artem on Instagram Call Nikki & Brie at 833-GARCIA2 and leave a voicemail!Follow Nikki & Brie on Instagram.To watch exclusive videos of this week's episode, follow The Nikki & Brie Show on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok!
Amanda Silvas joins James on the podcast today to talk about the strategies and lessons they have learned through their marriage, being parents to their two kids, and navigating their business partnership. Tune in to learn ways you can communicate with your intimate relationships. The post 255: 3 Communication Strategies for Marriage, Relationships & Parenthood with Amanda Silvas appeared first on .
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Kim Nissan's introduction to motherhood felt more like introduction by fire than a fairy tale as she navigated severe sleep deprivation and isolation that came with infant eczema, acid reflux, a pandemic, and intense dietary restrictions for her breastfeeding journey. She spent so much time Googling and reading and Pinterest-ing to make her way through pregnancy, labor and delivery, the fourth trimester and everything that comes after. But there was so much info she WISHED she had known. That info is what you'll find in her resources. She creates practical resources to help you stress less and love momming more. Connect with Kim: https://www.instagram.com/beansandbravery/?hl=en https://beansandbravery.com/ https://wellnessmama.com/health/histamine-intolerance/ Connect with Liz https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://miraculousmamas.com This episode is Sponsored By DockaTot and HoneyLove Get 15% Off at https://dockatot.com/ with code MAMAS Get 20% Off at https://www.honeylove.com/ with code CHAVA20 References: Episode 236: Postpartum Healing with Ayurveda https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-236-postpartum-healing-with-ayurvedic-doula-ameya/id1343507855?i=1000580612553 Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm
EXPANDED Podcast with Lacy Phillips
Heather Whitaker has always had the special gift of making this work feel doable, accessible, and inspiring. If you don't know the story, Heather started as a TBM-er just like many of us. She stood up to speak at a live TBM event, and her grasp and devotion to the TBM work made her shine so bright, she eventually became a beloved TBM coach. Now, Heather's journey continues into a new chapter of motherhood, family, and career. Today, we got to put her in the hot seat to talk about her own process, blocks, fears, and manifestations. She is truly a pro at navigating this work, so just listening to her talk about it really helps you wrap your mind around what it looks when someone lives it – not dabbles or toe dips, but deeply commits. Heather and Jessica get into topics like learning how to get out of your own way, how to maximize and enjoy your free time in an authentic way, shifts in identity, and knowing when it's time to say goodbye. Heather has always had interesting tips and tricks for DIs and inner child work, so you won't want to miss those! She's been an expander in every sense of the word, and we are so grateful for every ounce of wisdom she's given to TBM. We love you, Heather! Find the Complete Show Notes Here -> https://tobemagnetic.com/expanded-podcast In This Episode We Talk About:An inspiring announcement from TBM Coach Heather Whitaker!Her next steps on her manifestation journeyStepping through fear, jumping off cliffs, running into the fire!How to manifest empowerment, confidence and self-fulfillmentThriving versus survivingCareer crossroads and alignment in jobsThe balance between motherhood and your own needsAuthentic code and how it can evolve over timeThe relationship between ego and job titleIdentity shifts, inner child, aligned action!The importance of creating space for yourselfTips from Heather on DI's, workshops and journalingHow TBM work can help you get to the roots of your fears THEMES / TIME STAMPS:TBM Coach Heather Whitaker's exciting announcement! (00:11:48)Balancing motherhood and putting your own needs first (00:45:52)Tips for TBM DI's, workshops and journaling (00:55:56) Resources: Start Your Manifestation Process with the Pathway Membership? - Use code MAGNETIC for $20 off your first month of The Pathway or $20 off any a la carte workshop. Wanna find out why you're not manifesting? Start our free mini-workshop! Act + Acre - 20% off with code TBM20Scalp Detox Stem Cell SerumThick & Full Hair Capsules Bon Charge - 15% off with code MAGNETICInfrared Sauna Blanket Find all workshops mentioned inside our Pathway Membership! (Including the Monthly Check-in Live Calls)Expanded x Ep. 139: Releasing Control & Learning to Nurture Yourself - The Process with Heather WhitakerExpanded x Ep. 81: The Process with Heather Whitaker on Shifting out of Lack Mentality & Into DeservingnessExpanded x Ep. 241- How to Release Control with Psychological Astrologer Dani BeinsteinExpanded x Ep. 214 - Intuition, Authenticity & an Energy Forecast with Psychic Medium Natalie Miles Where To Find Us!@tobemagnetic (IG)@Heather_Marie_T@expandedpodcast@tobemagnetic (youtube)@JessicaashleygillBook a session with LMFT Janelle Nelson Other ResourcesSubmit to Be a Process GuestText Us: +1-213-423-5226 - (texting is only for US, Canada, & Puerto Rico)Alexis Smart x TBM EXPANDED Flower RemedyTBM Manifestation JournalDid you finish the Manifestation Challenge? Share your experience with us!
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Aaron F. Steinberg, MA, PCC is a relationship coach, group facilitator, husband, and father of two young boys. He is the Co-Founder and CEO a relationship education and support organization, Babyproofing Your Relationship. In addition to his MA in Psychology, he has certificates in leadership development and sex education, is a NARM Complex and Developmental Trauma Practitioner, and is trained in couples therapy through the Gottman Institute and the Couples Institute. He has helped thousands of people learn to feel truly fulfilled in romantic relationships through individual and couples counseling, group workshops and courses, and his guidebook to working through romantic conflict called The Honesty Practice. Get 25% OFF the course with code Morningchava: https://www.babyproofingyourrelationship.com/ https://www.instagram.com/babyproofingyourrelationship/ Connect with Liz https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://miraculousmamas.com Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm